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Topic - Quintin Mccree
Continuing to get better. Whether in the wake of an opening-week victory or the onslaught of losses against major-college opposition that's followed, it remains a consistent mantra from Maryland coach Randy Edsall.
Quintin McCree's five years at Maryland featured just a little bit of everything. So did Trenton Hughes'. So, really, did anyone else part of the Terrapins' erratic run in recent seasons.
At first glance, Maryland's football program has set up a guessing game.
Four games are complete. Three ranked opponents loom in succession. Two wins were earned over the past month. And one question hangs over the Maryland football program.
Maryland's first loss of the season was a stumble.
Reality set in for Matt Furstenburg quickly during the first week of spring practice.
There was plenty for Gary Crowton to accomplish in his first offseason at Maryland.
Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull isn't the sort to point out external criticism and doubt to his players.
Maryland's five weeks of spring practice are complete, and realistically little is known about how the Terrapins will look in the fall under new coach Randy Edsall.
"It's not going to affect me at all," McCree said.
Neither will senior wideout Quintin McCree, who said he refuses to allow Maryland's misery to date to influence the next three weeks.